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2013 Orange Show Report

Our Show was once again a great success.

The displays in the main pavilion were Brilliant.

The craft has nearly out grown it's position and we will have to see what we can move to give them more room. 

The Vegetables where up in entries so we hope they will improve again in 2014.

Flowers where as usual well supported and there usual great display.

The Williams Pavilion was amazing you could this year see the Fine Arts. They had room to display them to there advantage.

The Historical display that Sue Milne arranged was Brilliant and was well worth the praise the public was giving it.

Horses, Sheep & Cattle where up in entries and for all those interest was really something to look at.

The Animal nursery was enjoyed by all and the young folks love to see and pat the animals on display.

Pet Dinosaurs the kids loved them and waived good bye to them and said see you next year.

Put our Show Date on your calender for next and start working for it the same as the show committee:

Friday 9th May for Judging & Show activity Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th May 2014.

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2012 Orange Show Report

One of our best Shows for seven years.

Many sections up in numbers, our main pavilion packed and looked brilliant with all the colours of the flowers and craft. The  walls covered in works from each section. The Western District display was an eye opener set up behind the Wool Fleeces.

Amusement Area was filled with rides catered for everyone.

Traders again a highlight coming in force to cater for the show lovers with showbags, fairyfloss, dargwood dogs and the other goodies that goes with the show.

Cattle, Sheep, Horses , Dogs, Goats and Birds all showing a great display.

We weclome everyone back next year as we are working hard for a better show.

Congratulation to all the girls for supporting our Showgirl competition and to Rosie Pichard for her success as being crowned Show Girl for 2012.

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